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A New Method to Solve 4 Multi Objective Linear Programming with 3 Variables in Fuzzy Environment

M.A. Abd Elmegeed, A.A.M. Salama, N. F. Elsayed


Fuzzy multi objective linear programming FMOLP is one of the most frequently applied in fuzzy decision making techniques. FMOLP problems appear in wide scale in real life problems. In this paper, a multi objective decision-making process is modeled by a multi objective fuzzy linear programming problem with fuzzy coefficients for the objectives and the constraints. A new method is introduced to solve four multi objective problem in three variables to take a decision for such problems according to priorities. Also a numerical example is introduced to explain the new method.


linear programming problem; fuzzy multi objective problems; fuzzy numbers; fuzzy optimization.

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